Afognak Wilderness Lodge

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Afognak Wilderness Lodge



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Contact: Shannon, Josh, & Luke Randall

Location: Kodiak, Alaska

Species Hunted: Elk, Alaskan Brown Bear, Sitka Blacktail deer, Ducks

State(s) Hunted: AK

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outfitter review submitted by: Bruce Morrison on Jan 6 2007

Species Hunted: Brown bear, sitka deer

Game Quality: Very good

Accommodation Quality: Primo!

Camp Condition: Very good

Food Quality: Very good

Guide Experience: Excellent

Other Personal Experience: Very good

Overall Impression: Great

Recommend: Absolutely

Reviewer Comments: A friend and I went there in May '06. I got a nice P&Y boar with my bow on day 3, and my buddy knocked down a 10 footer with his .375 on day 7. Tremendous experience! I'd like to go back there for sitka deer someday.

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